Spain arrests 22yo Briton on foot of US request over bitcoin scam that compromised high-profile Twitter accounts

Spain’s National Police have arrested a UK citizen after the US requested their detention on multiple charges linked to a July 2020 hack that compromised over 130 Twitter accounts as part of a Bitcoin scam. … Read More >Spain arrests 22yo Briton on foot of US request over bitcoin scam that compromised high-profile Twitter accounts

Wikileaks Editor-In-Chief: Pegasus leaks show nobody is safe from espionage

In this episode of Going Underground, we speak to WikiLeaks Editor-in-Chief Kristinn Hrafnsson. He discusses the leaks that showed some 50,000 people are potential targets of the Pegasus spyware that has been sold to governments around the world by NSO, an Israeli company, and the inescapable global surveillance apparatus that has now become privatized. He also discusses Julian Assange’s US extradition case, slamming the ongoing detention of the WikiLeaks founder … Read More >Wikileaks Editor-In-Chief: Pegasus leaks show nobody is safe from espionage

Australia CANCELS Katie Hopkins’ visa after quarantine breach, reveals TV star was allowed in on basis of ‘economic benefit’

The Australian government has said it will be sending Katie Hopkins back to the UK as soon as logistically possible after the TV personality claimed to have breached lockdown rules, sparking backlash and calls for deportation. … Read More >Australia CANCELS Katie Hopkins’ visa after quarantine breach, reveals TV star was allowed in on basis of ‘economic benefit’

Australians call for Katie Hopkins to be deported as she arrives in Sydney & breaks quarantine rules while citizens stuck abroad

Several Australian lawmakers called for Katie Hopkins’ deportation after it was revealed that the British provocateur was allowed into the country despite strict Covid-19 border rules that have kept many Aussies stranded abroad. … Read More >Australians call for Katie Hopkins to be deported as she arrives in Sydney & breaks quarantine rules while citizens stuck abroad

Stay away from waters near Crimea or British sailors risk facing the full might of Russia’s Armed Forces, Moscow warns London

Russia will continue to defend the country’s territorial waters and may combat any violators with the “harshest methods,” a high-ranking official revealed on Wednesday, warning foreign navies against crossing the country’s border. … Read More >Stay away from waters near Crimea or British sailors risk facing the full might of Russia’s Armed Forces, Moscow warns London

Covid-19 vaccine misinformation being spread easily via TikTok Sounds, targets people of color – UK think tank

A London-based think tank has said that TikTok is being used to distribute and promote misinformation about Covid-19 vaccines as the “Sounds” feature allows dubious audio content to proliferate with ease. … Read More >Covid-19 vaccine misinformation being spread easily via TikTok Sounds, targets people of color – UK think tank

Vaccine nationalism causing ‘CATASTROPHIC’ poverty crisis (Oxfam GB’s Anna Marriott) E1029

We speak to Anna Marriott of Oxfam GB and the People’s Vaccine Alliance. She discusses the Peoples Vaccine Alliance campaign for a patent-free global public coronavirus vaccine, the G7’s ‘failure’ to help bring the pandemic under control … Read More >Vaccine nationalism causing ‘CATASTROPHIC’ poverty crisis (Oxfam GB’s Anna Marriott) E1029

The alcohol industry’s hold over the British government

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak first to Professor David Nutt, author of ‘Nutt Uncut’ and the former chair on the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (2008-2009). He discusses the UK government’s response to coronavirus which he blasts as chaotic, the entrenched power of the alcohol industry over parliament and No.10 Downing Street … Read More >The alcohol industry’s hold over the British government